This is one of my favorite things to do...arrange things...
You are lucky as I was recently when we upgraded to a newer coach. I got to re-assess all my storage items and options. I threw away and gave away lots of "stuff", but surprisingly kept much because I do use a lot on a day to day basis.
I keep coffee, tea, spices, and basic cooking items measuring cups, etc.in a cabinet near the stove. I keep a small set of dishes, along with mugs and glasses in a cabinet over the kitchen counter. I separate all the items with the rubberized shelf liner. I have one taller cabinet left over the sink and countertop and that holds my cereal boxes, and taller tupperware food storage containers. It also leaves me enough space in that cabinet for last minute food additions.
I am very lucky to have a couple of pull-out pantry shelves and I always keep them fully stocked with non-perishable food in cans, boxes, and plastic storage containers. I do this so that we can be ready to hit the road at a moment's notice. I also keep all of our "camping" clothes and linens cleaned and stored to prepare for a quick getaway.
I keep paper plates, disposable cups and flatware and related picnic stuff in the cabinet over the table because that is where I will probable be using it.
We put bakeware in the oven for travel, again padded with rubberized shelf liner to cut down on rattling while traveling.
I store DVD's, videos, games, cards, etc in a cabinet over the sofa. All of the owners manuals and related paperwork in another.
I keep my pots and pans in the two drawers under the dinette and I like them there because the weight is low and centered in the coach. I have a couple of empty cabinets in my bedroom closet area that I use for items that I occasionally use. A travel iron and folding ironing board, a crock-pot, a bullet blender and all attachments and our portable boom-box for use when we are away from our RV...(beach, etc). I used to keep these under the bed in my old gasser RV.
I try to organize my outdoor compartments to store similar items in each...Chairs, tables rugs in one, grill, grill stand, and grilling accessories in another, all my tools and spare parts in another...you get the idea.
Now after reading this long posting....I often re-arrange my cabinets and compartments as I change my mind or purchase new items to add to or replace existing "stuff".
As others have said, it is fun to play with all your "stuff" and really enjoyable if you have more room than you have "stuff". The shopping possibilities are endless...LOL!!~! )Now don't flame me...I know about keeping the weight under control....
Have fun and enjoy your new rolling home.